The stall warning sounded moments before impact of a Thai Airways International A310-204 at Surat Thani, Thailand, on Dec. 11, according to persons in Thailand familiar with the investigation. They said the sound is heard on the cockpit voice recorder that is being analyzed by the NTSB in Washington. The aircraft, an Airbus A310-204, was attempting to make a landing in bad weather when it crashed, killing 102 of the 146 people on board. Australian survivors said that the A310 was ...

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